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1IHNESS LANDSCAPE DDIUAO TAD DDTflD Amcricnn rnintlng in Ander son Collection Outsells Old Masters at $3,050. TOTAL OF SALE $27,815 7T.r Mile of paintings In the collection ,f John Anderson, Jr., under the direc tion of the American Art Association, ittr.iettd a fair ailed audience to the ballroom of the l'lnza Hotel last night. The bidding waa very sluggish and no c!ft prices resulted. The total for llir hole collection was 127,815. The limiors were carried off by an Ax.crlo.in picture, the "Sunshiny Au tumn l.nndscape," by George Inneao, thlch fluid to the Holland Uallerlea for 11,030. Another American work, "The Battery Promenade," by Thomaa Ttiompinn, which la only a lltbosranh. mere scrap of paper, sold for more than nunv of the palntlnirs. Max Will un brought It for 1 1,025. The list of pictures selling for more thin K00 follows, with titles and name of bujers: ,M) I Al'sn fUmsay. "Dr. Johnson's visit tn Flora MacDonald." Otto Ilernct, agent II Jan Van rioyen, "Flablng floats. tut m nitrr .Meuse." w. II. Coverdals II William Hart. "An Autumn Metodv." M. Tannenhaum 410 t: Oabrltl Melsu, 'The Artist Paint Ing Kin Mother! l'ortrall." T. P-rummer lAdbrt Cuyp. "Traveller ncslow Itg Ainu." Otto bernet, agent. :i n. A. ftlakelock. "Indian En campment." N. n. Herstnn ... (00 sit I! Thomas Thompson, "Battery i TiJiiifnmF,- mi wiiiiam. . . IS Oenrire Inne... "Sunshiny Autumn 1,0 I.ann'siape.-. Holland Uallerlea. 1,050 ii ueora" .Moriann, -selling nan," C T. Clrlch If A. Ilrower, "Village Surgeon." T. Ilrunimrr It J, M. W. Turner. "North Sea Off . liwMtott Light." N. B. Her Holt II W It. H.irtl.tt. "Now York City from Weehawken." J. Clarence Doles II P. Potter. "Landscape with Cattle." .1. J. Hurchenal II John Constable, "l'aalng show er." C. T Ulrlch If David Tenlera. Younger, "Village Fete," J. J. Hurchenal 113. Van Ituysrfael. "Old Church to Itlver." K. J. Carpenter.... II T Sully, "Portrait," T. Brum mer ISO tto STs 240 600 J2J 2(0 210 2.S00 200 II Corregglo. "Madonna and Child; t. ileorire Dery , . IT Mradaa, ' Dutch Fishing Boats.' Henry Hehulthels H-Murlllo. "Young Spanish Girl." W It. Held S. Trot on, "Cow a and Sheep In l'atture." A. K. Itlchardann. . IJ Ur.uie. "Head of a Young (llrl." ts II Hlakeley II Hotrath, "Portrait of Himself," o T Chester S. Kapha.,, "I5'ce Homo," O. T. (.'heater 40 William 5tty. "The Hat her," W. i: rJ.njamln Hrmbrandl. "entombment,-' Otto Hernet, agent 44 Oeorse Innesi. "The Pond." J. J. 210 200 J1S 200 200 210 :,soo Hurchenal 30 II Han. Holbein. the Younger, "Portrait." W. V. Seaman.... ii! 4;-H Van Kyck. "Tha l'leta," O. T, Cheater 2.000 i j. .. coiinan, "aiooniii.it." c T. Clrich II Aelbert Cuyp. "The Halt at tha Inn." V. W. t'llmin tl David Martin. "Portrait of Franklin." Otto Bernet, agent. 51 Velasouei. "Portrait of a Ber- gar.'' B. T. Ullohrlat A, II. Wyant, "Keen Valley," E. J. Carpenter Tl J. Van Buyadael. "Woodland Srrne." A. K. Klchardaon !4 A. Van Ottade, "Marry peaaanta." J, J. Burchenal ?S M, Ifobbema. "Dutch Land cape." E. T. dllchrlst !4 sir Joshua Reynold.. "Death of Cardinal Beaufort." F. W. Mor ris tl James Northcota. "Portrait of ramuel Northcote." J. E. Al- (I red U Blaktlock. "Mountain Defile." J. u Aldred II W. Shaver, the Elder. "Heturn to the Farm." J. K. AldTed 15 O. H McCord. "Seaport Town," Henry echulthela 14 W Win da Velde. , outlier. "Mouth of the Hlver," Otto Bernet. axent 210 200 120 210 The sale of the Hlanchard collection of Japanese prints and curios was con i-luded In the Association Oullcrlcs In the afternoon. The total reallied for the trims was J15.S57.50 and for the curios K.303 50. making the grand total 115.161. No. 51 5. Wroehtge's "Stork and Wave," old tn Mr. Spauldlng for 1100, and No. 05. Illrofhia-f's "Peacock and Peonies," ent to A. Kudert. agent, for 90. Howard Mansfield Rave 185 for No. 507, 'liwhlceV "Pinks." W. W. Seaman. a:rnt cae ISO each for No. 4!D and V". "in:!, flower and bird prlnta by H roj.hlse, and Miss It. II. t.orenz, ittnt. paid $112 for No. 22. a Netauke hr'n I' Tinker cave I1.10 for No. T. a statuette of Onju, and the Met ' 'iililan Museum of Art bought No. '31. an ancient suit of armor, for M. r,n MISS CADY'S RECITAL. I'laji l.raa Frequently Heard Maslc of Chopin. Ha:rj:tte Cady, a local pianist who frequently given here what she has alleil her annual recital, gave the first f two recital, each devoted to the 'an. of nno compon-f and school, yes- t'rday aft. ruoon In the Bandbox Thea " ' hopm furnlMicd all the music i'-1, i .uly prefaced the programme, -he did later In describing the con " ' of illfferent pieces before playing urn wit'i hotnu remarks In which she I'd had tried t find compositions Chopi', that wero out of the ordinary ''"I n election, but as there were no many K,.,,t HrtlstH in the country at le pres-eiit time who are playing his "orks ho found herself on rather '!ansrnus ground. Undaunted, how fer the added that she would give the result of her search. Her llf!t contained wne intercftlng examples from mo6t or iae tornif ufci! by Chopin In composing. The tilanUt was heard under condi tions which she had evidently consld- eret (,(.. nutted to the occasion ana which wete certainly advantageous for me rmrnwH of the ear alone. The piano f wou on a Mage heavily hung with a curtain of soft green color and dimly I ghud from above. During the per- lormanco the lUrhts wero turned down bout as far as possible without leaving 'he listeners In total darkness. Miss Cady J" her playing was not always at her '"l, i.r work lacked some of her "cuMomtd facility and repose. She de I'Vertd her numbers, however, with taate "id still-, and In the seldom heard F mJ'jr tude, whence, us she asserted. Waaner irrit lit Mp for hln "Are music." "he played with much that was desirable i technical requirements. Cos, nt u( Jiutt. Ilasslcr-Foz. Umc. Iteclna Hassler-Fox cave a reel 'I of sor.KM at Aeolian Hall yesterday 'fUjrnoon, Her programme contained lyrlM ),y Handel, Oluck, Bchubert. 'f'nt, UrahmH and Strauss, as well as o'hera by ohm famous jnasters. The I'C(t showed aeriouenels of purpose fid liitelllnenre In design, but her vocal fiulvnieflt waa not qUt8 equal to the i ana had placed before It. Prliirr. nn a Persaaal Visit. I'rlnca Andre Pnntatowskl, ho ar ei in the city from Paris Wednesday, " not here on business Lit connection ":lh it, French Government. a waa "Ifrtcl, He said yesterday that his 'ii is entirely of a personal nature. 63 LINE MANUSCRIPT BY POE SOLD FOR $410 I Critique Praises Another's I'oem, un Autograph Copy of Which Goes With It. The highest price reatlretl yertertJay at the auction of the library of the late William II. Dunwoody nt the American Art naileries, Madison Hnunre 8outh, waa brought on n manuscript of Kdg-arl Allan Poe, conslstlna; of sixty-two lines I written on three quarto sheets and bound In crimson morocco. Oftbrlet Wel paid $110 for this man-1 uscrlpt. which foe wrote for the ifouf Jt- rrn Literary situsenger. It praises a l poem, "The Forsaken," by Kstelle Anna ivewts, and a romplete autograpn copy I or the poem, signed by Miss Lewis, ac companies the Poe manuscript. In the four session ko far e total of $20,466.25 has been taken In. Yea tor day's sosston totalled $3,011.50. Mr Wola bought four lota for $727.50. They Included a first edition of Mllton'n "Par-1 adlse Ijost." printed, by 8. Hlmrrtons In 1868. for $75: "Oriental Berlos." by Capt. V. Brlnkley, dealing with "China ami Japan; Their Histories, Art and Literature," an edition limited to fifty numbered seta printed on Japanese vel lum, for $92.50, and a collection of auto graph and portraits of the Presidents I of the 1'nlted Mates, from Washing ton to Wilson, containing Homo tlocit- ment In the handwriting of each, for $150. The next largest buyer was Unstavous Thompson, who paid $434.50 for four lots. One nr them, the original mann ed Ipt contract for "Diana of the Cross ways," by Cleorge Meredith with his pub lishers. Chapman & Hall, whereby Mere dith was to receive f BOO, brought the second highest price, $152.50. The others were "Hlslolre Crono logtque de Hruxrlles." once the property of trie Kmpress Josephine, which brought $62: "The Martial Achievements of (Jreat Prltnln nnd Her Allies From 1799 tn 1815," $130, and nn uncut copy nt Napoleon s memoirs dictated at St. He lena, 190. Other buyers were C. F. llartman. "t'hnrlet et son Oeuvre," $75, and T. C. Hnrtier, 58 numbers of the Independent Reflector, u New York newspaper, pub lished from November 30, 1752, tn No vtmnr 22, 1753, and sold for $90. The sale will be continued at 3 o clock to-day. NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Crulkshajik. who havo been passing some time nt the Battery Park Hotel in Ajmeviue. N. C. will return to New York about May 1. The annual entertainment under the auspices of the young wommi of the Semple School will bo given to-night In the ballroom of the Plaia for the benefit of the free bed fund of the New York Polyclinic Hospital. Mme. Jeanne ltoulet-l'avey will give tha second of a series of five French readings this morning at the house of Mrs. Warren Delano. 39 East Thirty sixth street. The readings will be se lected from the plays of several well known French authors. Admiral and Mrs. Irwin Ward will give a public exhibition of their rose gnrnens at xneir couiury iiimw, mere. Itoslvn. L. 1.. on June 8. from 3 until 7 o'clock, for the benefit of the American Ambulance Hospital at Noullly, France. Tickets at $1 each may be obtained of Mrs. Robert Bacon, West bur', L. I. At the Coterie Club. 40 West Fifty eighth btreet, yesterday afternoon, an Interesting concert was given for the benefit of the llrltlsh Women's Mater- nlty Hospital In Petrograd. A feuture wan th nlnvlnir by Sacha Votltchenko tha t vmtiHtmn. There were ItusAlan peasant songw sung by Mme. Lyska, C. students of the scientific schixil about Walewltch and Leonel Kozllne and the matter was favorable, but that nieni Marco Peyrot, cellist, played. Mrs. Her- bers of the college faculty had not looked tram nusscll gave a talk on the work of the hospital. An entertainment will be given at the Women's Pnlverslty Club, 105 Kast Flftyxiecond street, on the afternoon of April 14 for the bejieflt of the Music School Settlement tor Loioreu rcopie, The programme will Includo tableaux arransed by IJugald Stewart Walker, representing the characters Illustrated In Hans Andersen's "Fairy Talm," and other books Illustrated by the artist. Mrs. tl. Osgood Mason of 11 West Forty-ninth street 1h receiving nppll cations for tickets nt J cacir. A concert for the benerlt of the ho- pltalA of France was given last nltht K tilt ItUIHC VI I.U.TIH VtlHlU, . - ...,n- Ington Square North. Mme. Marguerite Chenu. who Is a delegate of the Union of Women of France, spoke on "Poetry o the Nineteenth CentuPy." Miss Kthel Parks formerly of the Metropolitan Oneri Company sang n group of French so'ng". and MlaV Huth Dn.peTgave some of her monologues. Among the pntro- VfnmWex,torr"cST MHen'rl; aina &Vl& iVdZr5: ;it the home of Ktigene ueiaiio. i. asti At the Red Cross Tea (Inrdcn of the Flower Show, ui Unind Central Palace, this afternoon Maurice nnd Florence Waltou will give an exhibition of their dances. Tho proceeds or the flay win be devoted to the Commission for Relief In Belgium and tno American uosteis for Refugees In Paris. .Mrs. Cadwalader Jones e.111 be chairman of the tea com mittee, which will Include Mrs. Rich ard Derby. Mrs. William Plerson Hamil ton. Mrs. Waller H. .M iyiuird. Mrs. vvti- lard Straight. Mrs. George Whitney. Mrs. J. Lloyd Derby, Miss ouvia culling and Miss Junetta Alexander. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. n'nlrntl 1. A. O'Connell Hoston; K. F. n.MwIn. l.MkewiNd. N. J. An.onia twiiiey lirown. i UFiitnaiun, 1 Vi.li1n.tH. (la. 'pii ltoturt Owen. Oklahoma: Mr. and Mra. Ionara c. jiHniui, i-icniiiiu. prince Ooorg' lohn M. llordon. Taun ,Mn ta.. n. K. Dav. Haverhill. Ma.v. SJavov iir. unn iri. . . . ,,u-i..i. nttihurx: Mr. and Mra. J. II. Chlnn. Iluf .a In Waldorf-Aaterla Mr. and Mra, I'errlval noberla, I'Mlaileipniu; ir. n. n. ci-iroy l-n,'lilnr. It. 1. klo; K. Van Kaef. J. Van Aller. Holland! Hroauway uniirni .limn- ,,ni"''i vr u'liiium Dustan. Toledo. Ohio. tnimnpa. Mr. nnd Mri. Hcott It. llavft Proton. N. Y.; Mm. William Thaw, Jr., UU,..T,,I-A. J. Kane. Bellealr. Via.: II. B Mnrtv. Ullea: Mr. and Mra. V, I.. I.lllntt Buffalo: Vlncente Chevea. Me.lco city. Knickerbocker R. C. Martin, Hiraouae; II K Smith, Muffalo: Mr. snd sirs, u, r. Huckley, Reading, Pa-! W. J. Packard, iinti. I- IJsnew. Detroit. .Mich.: r nnoit. uonirnai. r. "' en-. ... liourke, Montreal. , vira.rhiu Jnaenh Lorla-Mellkoff, Rua . and Mra. A. Clffsrd. Ian KmDIIir. miiiiib.imi . ' '. ....., .... . .n.l VI . . William uartn, lalip, L I., c, Washington, u. -.. .... . t- .r- nV.,'?r. aid Mra. II. F. Itlchardann, Plttaburg: Henry L Falk. Holae, Idsho: a a II n tfsnal rnlrasTa. Ht. Hagla Mr. and Mra Kdward I.. Parker. on;i2'e..M!r,,ov lr v !"Vr ll'i Pomeroy T. Kranrla. Troy. S. 1.. Mr. nd ira. ori. ... ....,. la Ken York To-day. Equst Suffrage Leagua. meeting. Hotel Apart'rla Cl": dinner. Seventh Regiment Armory. 7 P. M. vnrv Mlrroaeunlrul Society, ment. Ing. Mu.eum of Natural Hlatory. nu P'lnauurstlon of Frank Dlcklnaon Ulnd- cett a. nr..ident of Adelphi College, 5?,yhff.V,ii-.iMita. chuKh atreet. I P, M. YAT.T; KEEPS TO "EXAHS" PLAN. Collra-c Refuses to Vae SbeMeld Selenitic School Idea. New Haven, April fi. The proposition to cut out examinations In Yale College. i as Is done In the Sheffield Scientific School, under the plan wnereby high stand men pass on their dally work, was defeated by the college student council to-duy A committee appointed to Investigate the working of the exemption system In voiruc In "Sheff" reported that tin- con smisus of onlnlon of the profeswr. und favorably on the Introduction of tne sys tern In tne college. EARL RUSSELL WEDS AGAIN. Third Wife I .'onnfeas von Arnlm, Wrll Known nthor. .Special Cn6e Ptapateh to This Sin i-ns'twis. Anrll . Karl Ilussell. it be- mm. knrmn tn-ilav, was married it n,outh nco to the Countess vim Arnlm widow of Count Hi'iinlnir August vnnj Arnlm and nuthor of "lllliabeth and i Her Herman Oarden" and other books. This U Karl Rusaell'a third marriage. ill. flrst wife was Mabel Edith Scott, - . f c. .lon.lu the youngest daughter of Sir ( all. Scott. She was married to th,, hurl IS90 after she had revoveied u c n 11 t for $30,000 of promise, she sued for divorce in "95. but on the witness stand dropped the serious charge, she had mart. - and ''IS Va r ftMlS 1; 000 -Unst her for Hbel .,, ,r,i Hu,.ii obtained a legal PPt,aratlon from her and she sued for n ,,s,it utlon of conlugnl rights as a pre- mtlary to divorce, but was defeated. iMn Tlusell then came to the United states, obtained a divorce In Nevada Hna jjno married Moiuo 4,-oone at Heno. , . , Ills tlrxt wife thereupon sued him for divorce, obtained a decree and the Karl was arrested on a charge or ing.imy. He pleaded guilty before the House of Lords and served three montha In Hoi 0vay Jail The first Countess Russell married a riMitm.ui masquerading us an Austrian nobleman, divorced him nnd died In 1K0S. Ixinl Russell was iltvorcen ny nis sec ond wife In 1914. Ho Is a grandson of lord John Russell, The Countess von Arnlm Is an Kngllsh woman, the daugh ter of H. Herron Beauchamp. Count unn Arnlm died in 1910. parmele McClelland. Ceremony at Sherry's and a Honey. moon In the Sontb, The wedding of Miss Grace Mario Mc- Clelland, daughter of Mrs. Iwls L. Mc- Clellund of 571 West End avenue, to Chat lea R. Parmele, Jr., of New Brighton, Slalen Island, took place lust evening at Sherry's. A temporary altar was erect-., oeneaui a liower of orchids and marguerites, A temporary altar was erected peneatli where the Rev. Dr. William Merrill of the Brick Presbyterian Oliurch (KTformed the ceremony. The bride hud her sister, Mrs. S. .1, Titus of Pittsburg, ns her matron of honor. Henry it, Parmele was his brother's best man. After tho cere- mony there was a reception. Mr. and Mrs I'arnwle teft fur tfcu Houtli on their weddimr trio Morgjenthau Weddlngf Plans 1 Arrnngetnenta have been completed for tho wedding, of Miss Kllnor Fatman. . . . jf anrt M, MorrW( ,,,. - ,.., Mn,i,Bi.. u f Henry Morgenthau, United Hlales Am baaaador to Turkey, on April 17. The Illl.ll, " ..v..w ...... r,..... .., cerrmoriy w lake place at the homo of the bride's parental 23 West Highly. first street, and will bo performed by the r.... I.. Ulnl, U WUa Th. 1 . . 1 .1 .. wm' nve Miss rJthel Freeman as her maid of honor and Miss Florence Werthelm and Miirllmer Fox, Jr., niece wl iMPheur of the bridegroom, will act "ower girl and page, 'nftTSUN, FRIDAY, Straight United States. DEEPER RIVER VIEW IS GIVEN TO DINERS Mi n in hi re Skyline Shown for II. A. ('. Smith's lwU nt I'liion League. The great desirability thn! the bill no-v IH-ndlng In Congress for an appropriation to dccpu the t:ast lllver should pass was lllutr.ited In a striking manner at a dinner attended by a hundred represen tative citizens tit the Union League Club last night lnck Commissioner R. A, C Smith was the host, and Hrlg.-tlen. Will iam Murray Hlacl;, U. S. A., recently np liolnted Chief of Knglnccrs, was the guet of honor. Gen. lilacs., ns a iwmlwr of the har bor line board, was fur a number of years in chaige of District No. 1, which Includes New York harlior. Partly as a tribute to (Jen. Black and partly to emphnslzo the necessity of further linpiovements Mr. Smith directed tho arrangement In tho dinner room of a plan of miniature construction and scenic painting depicting the skyline of the city as seen from the Kast River. A battle ship wns shown In proximity to Coentles reef, which, by dliectlon of Congress, Is to be removed soon, rhe city bearing half the expense, Thn channel nt that point Is to bo deepened. On the opjioslto side of the room n de tailul view of the Hudson River rthore at West Forty-sixth street, where thou sand foot pleis are being erected, was given. The ttcenc showed how the river has been dammed to permit the neces sary work of excavutlnn. Hugo sftlps of the future, with the New Jersey skyline uh a background, presented an effective picture. Both icpiesentatlons were the work of thn I.ee Lash studios. Commissioner Smith apoke at length of tho Imisirtaiuv of the work In both rivers, urging that, for defence imrposes If for n other considerations, tho deep, enlng of the Kast River channel should bo completed without delay. He paid n warm tilhnte to Gen. Black as an earn est supKrter of national commercial de velopment through tho utilization of waterways. Amumr the guests of Commissioner Smith at the dinner were: Col. Fred V, Abbott, Malor M. J. McDon. tl, S. A.i ough, ll.SAi Ilrlr.-fien. Daniel Ap. Col. C II. McKlnatry, pleton. N, Y N. O.: V S, A.; UoIert Adannon. Ueorge McAneny, H. Macli, Anileraon, T O. Mnitll. AUvaiul.r ltrnnrh. Julllla M. Marer. Col, J, II. IlcUlnzer. llouslaa Mathewnon U. B A William Frllosea Mor- w. (I. Ile.ler. Wm 8. Uennet. Aim H. I llrlmont, Irvini T, lluah, N. M, Ilutler. Pro! Win. II. Burr, It. V. Iteard.ley. sau. S, C. Mead. .1 P. Meyer, .1 W. Miller. Wm. A Marble. Bradford Merrill, Hollo Ogden, K II Outerbridi. (Jeorse Cnrmack, Cap n. Coiner. Major J. K O'Hourke. 0. S. A.: D. VV Cooke. K, Cutdine Owcn, .1, V. Davlca. I. W. Day. Kerner Kaaton. Cha A. Fowler, H VV V'alr, llllll. m. A ITendergaat, I.'wla II. Poundt. Ira A. Place, lionry C Qulnby, Theoilnre Houiaeau, Kbliu Itnot. Cant T. M. Rohim, t' S. A V. A, Itn.a, Olenn, Chaa. W. itanlfnrd. Allied H. Smith, W, J. Sehleflelln, Tlieo. P. Hhoiit. lohn Koord. ' Col. Kdwlll V. U, 8 A.: Cliua. T. Owynne. K. P. Goodrich. l.e.- Admiral F Hwria. II. S. N.; I.antar Hardy, .lob K. Ileilsea, Richard C. llarrlaon A. Itarlnn llephuni, n ,inhn A Slelcher, Jamea Srsier, "' J R Rlnuchfleld, Rlchani Sutro. Alfredo smith. Chan. P Sumner, II. I.. Htnodard. Murray iiuiorri, R T llnlniea, (1 A Ibirwnnd. 1 Henry W llnilse, Merrill II Smith, Y I, Stuart. Val P Snyder, Chna II, Shrrrill. John- John V, Sullivan, I James E new" Capt. Gordon aton. ii. n. a I illy K. ITIpp. (eo. W. Klttiedae, Admiral N R, Usher, Major Y. II, f.alon, U. S. N.t tf, S A : Commander Unham. Nelson 1. Ia"wl, 11, R. N.i K W UiKrcntK (.eorie II Ynunr. William loeh. Jr., Oen. beonard Wood, It J laillixiif. I' S. A Chus, R. Mlllrr. t, 'Jeorfe T. Wilson. John Purroy Mltehel. Frank M Williams, Col. O. II. Mltcham, Travis II. Whitney, tl. 8 A.I Wm. Teal Wilcoi, Wm, A. Marburg, John F. Wallace, SCPRfc 7, 19W. HAVANA TO SEE THE BALLET. rtnaalan Danerra Mny Take Ihr Place of Metropolitan Sincere With the apparent rotlspse of the plan to nave i.nriro caruso, Frances Alda and dher or the Metropolitan fiper.1 t oiupany appear In Havana this prlne, negotiations liave been begun fur the an pearance there In-te.K, of the Dlaghlleff liallet Rusie which Is now at the njier.i house The opera house In Cuba Is said to bx well suited for the uses of the ballet and although the plans have not as yet oeen perfected. It was reported yester day that It Is not unlikely that the Bus slan organization will leave for the South on the completion of Its season In New lork three weeks hence. THEATRE WILL SHARE PROFITS, Strand to filar Pari of Gains to .Nine), -our Kniployrrs. The Strand Thiatre Company an notinee.1 v.Hl,nil.v ih. ...,.n,l,.,. ,.r . plan by which .ill of Its employees will Vhitre In thn tintrlfu ,.r il,u ,l,i,a.- in form of bonuses, bared on the amount of ineir salaries ami their Individual effi ciency. The Hist apisirtlonment will be made on January 1, lilt. The project win go into erred n Sunday, when tin second anniversary ot the opening of the uieatro will r observed. The nlnetv-one emntnvAa ill iu i vlded Into two groups, those receiving irrn ii .11 u-A :i weK nnn I m.a ..ti.. more than that amount, The first group "-in in rniuieii to a nonus or 10 per erni. anu me seconn to a bonus of per cent, Pl and Players. T"'. V0iLx "''l'" r1" "PP'ar both at the Colonial Theutre and the Orphsum Theatre In Brooklyn neat week Sum Bernard will h at tha Alhambra und Hnudlnl at the I i.rLi The Princeton Dramatic Am.nri ii.,.. um give lt annual perfnrmanee n w Vork to-morrow evening at the Itltz-Carlton w-nn k prnduillon of "I.e. Pemmee .-nv.iiu-. iruii.iaiei, mm l.nKH.n The Sliuberla In the Sunreme I'mi.i ... terd.iy before Ju.lU PhlIMn lout their suit again. t Helmut Co. for a .hare of llie riiLI(ir. iri'ill It linill til- Law when Juitlce Thllbln dlnmlmed their lora plaint. At the Hotel Aitor nn April 11 nnd 1 the Hasty Puddlnr Club of Harvard will kivp ivs .rvniii .prLiiiiu nnnuu entertain metit. Thla ear' show I. "The Whit, Itlephant," a two act tnualcal eonndy, by Douglaa MacC Stewart and S. P. .Sears. The New Vork centre of the Drama I,euaue will hold a meetlnc at the c,n,iia. Theatre Monday afternoon to dl.cura tha Play "Juatlce" Among the upenkera will ne inoma. mnu w.unrne, ii r. Iegfe. Walter P. Eaten, Judge Wadhama and John Cooper Powya. Sir Herbert Tree will appear Sunday evening. iiiii . m ii,r i.ruiurv ineatte In ft .pei'lal performance for the Artora S'mid. Others to anneir are Alia vui. tnova, IMna May, Marie Dressier. Kitty llordon, lllani'he Itlng und twelve song composer, liiu.irniiiia incir nnric at dlf rerent pianos A. II. Weoda ha purchased a new I'omedy drama entitled "The Squab I Farm," by Frederic and Fnnnv Button, authors of "The ilreat liver" and "Veurs nf Discretion " The play I. In four act und will tie presented In New York. Labor Day week Incidentally, Mr. Woods has re newed his leaae. on the Republic Theatre for .even veurs. "We desire lo buy the nrt gallery seat for the F Maekuy benefit at the New Amsterdam Theatre, April 81," said a letter to Daniel Frohman from Klaw &. i;rlanger yesieruaj mm a eonirllni lion," lh note ennllnuad, "of nne dollar for each year of Mr. Markay'a life, and our alnrereat wish la that he may give us tha nnnnrliinltv. on the aame basis nf calcula tion, tn doublo the amount at hla neat benefit." THE SEAGOERS. Sailing totlar by the l'liiled Krmt strain. ship Slaanln, for porta nf the Caribbean I)r 0. A. Ibtiley. Capt. S (J Hopkins. Lieut and lra. fl M. K. W Nelson, llvum. Arthur Kraneia. A. I,, llurat. fly the Ward liner Etprrnnaa, for Havana and Meslcnt Otlo Waaiier. II. W Hamilton, I'eriT Drajson, Mrs. II, It. Chapman Arrivals bj the Miinou liner Munamur, fium AulllU' William Halter. Mr and Mra. Ceorire Mra. Marie V. Darby, 1,. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. K. 1. Mr anil Mrs J. B. Iiinnman. D. C. Potter, "BIG JIM," DOORMAN FOR MORGAN, DEAD MeDcrinott, Tollco Vctran, Served Bunking Firm for Twelve Years. Jamcn If. McDermott. or Big Jim Mc- Dermott, ns he was better known, who was for twelve years doorman at the office of J. P, Morgan & Co., Wall and Broad streets, died last night In Volun teer Hospital after an attack of apo plexy on his way homo yesterday after noon. Ho was taken 111 on tne piairorm of the Hanover Square elevated station. Mr. McDermott lived on lloe avenue, The Bronx. He waa 63 years old. He waa a familiar figure In the financial district for many years, having been a patrolman on post In front or tne oiu Knultnblo Building for years. He was one of the first "white glove cops'' In the city. He was a roundsman when air. Roosevelt waa made Police commis sioner and was one of the first to fee sent hock to u beat. He was soon re turned, however, to the duties of rounds man. Big Jim wns a great favorite with all who knew him. In his time he saw many of the big leaders In the Ilnanclal district roitu and go. About two years ago be suffered a stroke of paralysis and It was feared at that time tluit he would die, but lie returned to work within a few months In spite of the fact that members of the Morgan Arm urged him to take an extended vacation or retire. After his return to his post his work was made as easy as possible for him, liber ties being allowed hi in In coming down IeAo and going home early. DAVID DOUGLAS. Helped to Popularise Works of American Authors In Britain. leoNpox, April 6. David Douglas, thn Scottish publisher, died on Tuesday In Kcllnburgh at tho age of 93, Mr. Douglas did much to make the works of American authors popular In the British Isles. In 1882 he brought out a series of reprints of American authors at a low price whlph brought to tho attention or tho llrltlsh reading pun lie tho worka of such writers as W. D. Ilowclls and Henry James. Mr. Douglas was born 111 Stranraer In Wigtownshire In 1823. Ho soon entered tho House of Illackwood, where ne re celved u thorough training. He became a bookseller In Kdlnburgh In 1847. For several sears he was editor of the Korth nrilinh Uevlew. Since IRSti he was a fellow of the Royal Society of Kdlnburgh and of the Antiquaries since 1861. SIR CHARLES H. BROWNLOW. Oldest ItrHlsli Field Marshal In Service Mncr IH4N. Lonpon, April 6. Sir Charles Henry Hrownlow, the oldest Hrltlsh Field Mar shal, died on Tuesday at Bracknell, llcrkshlrc. Sir Charles Henry Hrownlow was born on December 12. 1S31, Ho was the son of i'ol. Geurgc A. Brownlow. At the age of 17 he served In the Pun Jab campaigns In 1M. In the expedi tion against the Mimiund tribes In 1834 he was seriously Injured. Among his other comp.vlgns were the Ilozdar, Kusofzal, the China war and the Ambeyla. In 1S70 ho commanded a column In the Looshal expedition. From 1S69 to 1SS1 he was aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria and from 1H79 to 1889 be was Assistant Military Secretary at the Horse Guards. He was made a K "' B. In 172 and a G i ' It. in 1'V7 He was appointed a Field Marshal In ISO EGERT0N L. WINTHROP, SR. Venerable Financier Umpires n Vic tim of Heart Disease. Kgertun Leigh Wlnthrop. Sr., son of the late Benjamin Robert and Kllza Nel'.son Wlnthrop. died yesterday of heart disease nt Ills home, 23 Kast Thirty-third street Mr Wlnthrop was lorn In New Yoik in 1S40. Ills son, Kgerlon L- Wlnthrop. Jr.. was President of the Hoard of Kdu callon fot seven enrs, Mr. Wlnthrop. Sr., was vice-president and trustee of the' Union Square Savings Hank, trustee of the United States Trust Company and of the Institute for Savings for Metrihants' clerks. Be was graduated from Columbia in 1860. and was a member of the Colum bia University Alumni Association, the Metropolitan Museum, the Knicker bocker. Church, Metropolitan, Union, city and Century clubs, Two sons. Ilronson and Kgerton L, and two grandchildren, Mlfs Julia Wln throp and Robert L. Fowler. Jr., survive, ALGERNON DOUGHERTY. ion nf I. ate Daniel Donaherty of Phllndrlpihla Dies. eriiil fiiMe VfpnteS to Tnz SrN. Pabis. April . Algernon Dougherty, son of thn lato Daniel Dougherty of Philadelphia, the prominent Democratic orator, dle.l of pneumonia to-day at the age of 58. Mr. Dougherty was formerly secretary tn the American Legation In Mexico city and to the American Kmlvassy In Rome. Patrick Urals. Mop.nt VekNos, N. V . April S. Patrick lle.ily, a brother of Thomas lle.ily of SlxO-sltli street and Colum bus avenue, died to-daj nt his home ut Hartsdale, lie was 4s years old. Mr. llealy was engaged for eome years In the dry goods business In California and Inter lie j me connected with Ills brother In the restaurant business; In Manhat tan, He leaves a wife and three chil dren. Chnrlea WrllliiKtnn. Wai.tiiam, Mass., April . Charles Wellington, aged si, nnteii as the omesi fnx hunter of New Kngland, died here to-day lit the home of his daughter. He had been n keen fo hunter since child hood, lie held the ru.'oiil for fox hunt eis of New Kugl.ihil and had a national lepiilatioil as an expert on dogs, owning n large niimper oi nouniis. a winovv nnd four children survive him, lii'iime . Wlllliima. firnrge A. Williams, M years old, a retired wire gooIs manufacturer and a lineal deencndant of Itoer Williams, ' died on Wedncsdit) ut his home, ,'il I l.liulen nvenue, I'liitbiihh, Ills family presented the land for Hnger Williams l Park to the city tif rrovldence, vtnughter. two sons ami seven grand rhlldren survive. I'm ilk C, Adams. I'rank V.. Ad.uns, 7L" years old, of 58 St John's place, Brooklyn, bead of Adams ,V: Son, weighers. In Manhattan, died yeslenl.ty following nn operation. ITh wife, three .ons and a il.nmlitcr sur vive. Cap!. Henry I. I.oddnrd, Hai.timokk, Apill ii Capt Henry I', (loildard, ilvil tvar veteiau, writer and iiutliorlly on Shukeepcaic, lpi hero to day. Capt llndiluiil, n native nf Con tiettlcin, fccrvetl during Ihe war in the llairls Light Infantry of New York, reaching the. rank of Major, but refused that title because he did not serve In Notable , Forthcoming Art Events BEGINNING TOMORROW (SATURDAY) At The American Art Galleries MAtflNON KUl'AltF. NOt'TII ON FREE VIEW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. Valuable Modern Paintings BY FOREIGN AND AMERICAN MASTERS Collected by the Late Andrew Freedman COMPRISING WORKS OF STERLING ARTISTIC QUALITY BY Troy on, Dlas (2). Corot, Cagin (3), Dupre, Fromentln, Jacque, Isabey, Paslrti, Harplgnlet (4), Henner (5), Constable, Vlbert. Fantin-Latour (2), Schreyer, Charlemont, Thaulow, Zlem (2), Deterlie, Cerome, Blakeloclc (2), Alma-Tadema. TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE T DIRECTION (IF WAI.TF.lt . OAKMAN. NAMl'KI. ITNTRRMTRR AND TUB UIMHANTTTHL'ST COMPANY OFNK.W tlinkXRCUTOM. ON FRIDAY EVENING OF NEXT WEEK. APRIL 14TH In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza Fifth Ave.. 58th to 59th Street. (Admission by card to be had free of the manager!. I Illustrated catalogue malleil on receipt ol one dollar. ALSO- The Exceedingly Valuable Collection of Beautiful Old Chinese Porcelains Jades and Other Cabinet Specimens Formed by the Late Edward Wassermann Mr. Wasermann, a connoisseur of rare Judgment, was many cars In form ing his collection, which Is particularly rich In Sang de Doeuf and other simile color Porcelains, Famine Vcrte of the Ming and K'angh.l periods. Including probably the largest group of Animal statuettes In America, a large nunilier of beautiful snuff liottlcs and very choice specimens of Jado. To Be Sold AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE Friday and Saturday Afternoons of Next Week April 14th, 15th, at the American Art Galleries Catalogue Illustrated ll h color and halftone platea mailed on receipt ol one dollar. In the Book and Print Department The Most Important Print Sale of the Season Masterpieces by Master Engravers and Etchers From the early Niello to tbe XIX. Century. Consigned by Mr. R. Ederheimer Acting for himself and an undisclosed principal To Be Sold Without Reserve or Protection Wednesday and Thursday Next. April 12 and 13,at8i30 P. M. . Historical Catalogue with Black and White and C olor Plates Mailed on reielpt nn 4)ne Dollar. The sales will he ninilui ted by Mr. TIIOMAN K. KIRBT and hla assistant. Mr. Otto Rernet, of AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers Madison Si. South, Entrance tl K. 2.ld Street, Nr Vork. that rank. Kcforo the war he worked ' on the Norvvi ti fuiierm nnu reimrten Lincoln's campaign speeches. After the war he enter. d the liisutance ImslneM, in Hartford I'onit.. and remained there until ls2, when he came to Ualtlmore a.s State agent for the Mutual Ilciiefit .Ife Insurance Company. He was actively lntcrc!il in the Insurance bust- I ncss until his death. J. W. AITKEN LEFT $2,541,553. Hulk. f l)r liimila .Merchant's tntr lines to Children. The estate of John W. Altken. founder of Altken A- Sou Company, I no, dry Komls, of 117 I'llth avenue, who died September 3 Inst, was appraised yester day at J'-'.Ml, "". I 'art of It ounM-ted of j.I.iO shales or ttotu in tne v men t company, appraised at $!u a share, or ?t"-,.itin. Ills total .eountlcs were vsortn Sl.Slti.iu;. and his real estate holdings were valued at 3:!,?T!'. John Altken, son, and Helen .lean Altken. daughter, got SlMe.Sl" each, and divided their fathel s pereon.il , effects. .Mr. Altken left Jjo.iiun M uul to his sister. Maty Allken Porinan, and $-'.".000 to her son, Itnderlck Altken Dor inan. He left JlO.nno to Ii'jj friend, J.'wob , Maus Schennerhoi n. Pay llebt to Mother In WIU. The will of I,e t Ira nil Cannon tlris- wold, member of the New York Stock ' nxchange, who was killed In a hunt- Ing accident nt Altken. S. C . on March 10 Inst, died for probate estenlav . leaves JST.non tn his mother, which he said he oned her, and v.ive the re mainder nf the estate to his wife, l'.sther I Tone tiriSHold of '-'3 West Forty-eighth titreet. ! WILLS AND APPRAISALS. K..(.'NnitrisMAN ciiAni.r.s i: lit. TI.KI'ir.I'H. hn illert Mm J " Ur. left .ill . estate of It'l.-Sl. which lie dlvbleil euui.lv I among his widow, Clara M l.ltllettebl his ' dauchtiT. Caroline, and bl son, Clurle V l.ltllefleld, He had !I!.H1 In cii.b. , and securities anumiilliiK I" IVI.jOi lln. I Interest In the law tlrtn nf l.lttlefleld .V l.lttlellrld w.is north 114 "il i 1'ltANK M OSHOItNi:. ho died ,1 11 I tl. 1)11, at Wllloughhy, flhm left a New I nrk elate of J4 377 and v tillable prop- . here Ills I hlef ns.et In Ne , otk whs 1,17 shares of Clinton Point i , ., t . Mone Company sio.k. worth ISl,en lie"'" HWtt'-iiN - on April the .xl,, ,,M left hla estate to nia widow, tour tiaiigntt rs anil live sons ISAAC SU.V.N. tne -line neaier. n 110 iiit.i ..'.. iBf4 it'i Ifa 7.tt e 1.1 nnn ?.unr. -"i.., -Il, v.i. rill.-, and .111 liter sums to three other daughters and four aons II. owned I3:...V3 tn nonus oi in. Hln company orth 115.549 MAItV U. ' aim i"j en, i- ( I,UK, n'o known a NOW ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION The Important Persian Collection of Haji AH Agha Including rare miniatures, manuscripts, Books, a remark able Bronze Bowl of the Viith Century, and Beautiful Rugs and Carpets. To be sold by order of A. Izmirlian of New York, on Thursday Af ternoon, April 13th, at 2t30 o'clock. Catalogues on appli cation. The Anderson Galleries Madison Avenue al nil Ii St., V V. An Exceptional Collection of Sumptuous Old Velvets and Embroideries el the Sixteenth, Serenteenlh and Eighteenth Cenluriea Coni'ulinf of Rare Gothic and Genoese Velreta, Church Banners, Altar Frontati, Ecclesiastical Veitmenli, Wall Htnginf i, Portieres, Table and Cushion Corert el exceedingly choice quality and in a re markably fine slate ei preimatien. To Be Sold Without Reilrictioni By Direction oi Ihe Experts in Textile Messrs. Vitall and Leopold Benguiat No, 31 Rue de Proreni e, Paris. Thurtday Afternoon Next, April 13th, at the American Art Galleries fiataliMriis m!lw4 rtn ratr-atl rvt. nf fifty t ent. ART GAfrt - utmmism )mryiv.an Thii (Fri.) Afternoon si 2:30. I The Prirale Collection of the Connoinear Dr. J. C. Ferguson Coun.ellor ol the Department ol State, raids. Rare Ancient Chinese Bronzes ,'"r"'"'n. Hare and line taped. V.m.h0,j ," ""ng and Mini Pottery, i'M ;"."..! I'i ? ' ""dueled bv MR. IIIIIM4.N H. KlltHV of the , American Art Association, Managers -. i ami i, r.uit, St . .Madison M. S.j Mary i: I'urle) 'ho i1le, m Dellevue on i-er.nurv no um i,. ..... i. ".', of ihe i-linr I, f Ininu-.uu'i: 'L'.miap. VnTlhrl'n'n".. " '"" lhr" DIED. n.vitiiuri: morning, MnntcU.r. ,V J Thursdar Ap-ll il, I5K, iee .u... Mte of Itiilu rt I' llnrhour. I utifr.ii seri. e um p, hem t the home. 1.'7 uranse nuil, Saturday morning, at II o'. '.,. k Interment Nck, .V. T .-ntuuUy .irtrrt.uiin. Itontll.VH im Thursda, .Vprll , uu lllia M. i,iin of .vi.,run lini.iiins hei -ilfih eur. runer.i. .ervlce at tiie tinrne, I'welily.llr.t Mreet. I'Ulbu.ll i!j. April u; : ! M r.ii'ii.vitti-DN 'Ihe .Me.llc.i. ."'oilety of ths lUat aiur- t ounty t .'i V ' k Metntiers are rruiirii.i , alien, I th. funer il r,, . of ,,ur f,.. low member. Charles II. i:uiMtlson. M !.. treasurer of the so, lely, ,,t ih t'hiinh of th. Heavenly Hrst, I'lfth avenue .tn.l rurty-ltfth street, on fat uid.t, April I, nt : n eioi k i iit-iJi.itii; i;. MI.Nll;t. M, U.. President. JOHN VAN DOItHN lOLMi, n, D.. ceiretary. i 11.111111111 niirr, unlaw of John J, I 111, hard. mg I'rHiue .rrtliea aturdtv 1 at her la: I re.ldente. 17 Tonmle avenue, Jersey Cltv. SVM.MI5S1 I ! I ... At Men.lh.im, N. J.. April 4. he It. v. Joseph (i.tton Symmei, i HI. I Top Presbyterian Church. I'liuiih .Saturday, 11 o'clork. Membir I'rlnrrtou t'nlvrralty Assotli lion V I ,S I'll III .)' On Thursday, April 6, pi, at Ins re.lden, e. ii Ka.t Thirty-lhird sliif N. Vork klt. Ujerton Leigh VViiiilirop. .on of the J.tto HeiiJ.unla lloliirt and V.Aim Nrllaon Wlnthrop. I'll'ieial .i nl.r. ll t tubl at Trinity fhii.el, Twenly-tlflh Uleet, left of lii..t.'w.tt. on Monday morning, April lu. .ii In o'eln. k Interment private, I i ie.ut that no itotvcrs be sent, i'.IMMUIl. Httld, Strvite. -TIIK I'fNnitAI, CIIUHCH." Ill t Teni-thlrd t frank Camp. I..:. llutidlntii. I'rldav, to o'ein.ir, Aurplie. Actors' rutid. Ill Meniorlmn. Iiornl VS In ever lot:ng nicinorr of our be'ned UeKcle ho fell asleep oo tbo Till of April, 190V MACK In iter filthful tneniory of mr 1 veil Hlfe Mat' 'li'hllar.lt M.U"k, v; r Joined lln creti iniiorlly Vprll 7, 19U, Ma her rou: lis: lu peai... VNIr.KTAKKHa. miirn.lM,rriUsar.. mi-s t 1 1 l 111 v, ti t ,ViA ? !"iif f. lia--.4..